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Bird & Tree Walk at Great Swamp Management Area

Saturday, March 30 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Great Swamp Management Area 360 Great Neck Rd
West Kingston, 2892 United States

Great Swamp is a 3,349 acre management area and a 4.3 mile loop managed by the D.E.M. It has an array of habitats including swamp, a man-made impoundment, woodland edge, as well as a powerline cut. Late March/April is the premiere time of year to go to Great Swamp, because there is a lot of wildlife, it is not hunting season, and it is too cold for the biting flies that inhabit the swamp during the summer. This is Patrick Felker's…

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Youth Birders Walk at Turstom Pond NWR

Sunday, April 7 @ 8:00 am - 10:00 am
Trustom Pond NWR 1040 Matunuck School House Rd
South Kingstown, 2879 United States

??The only undeveloped salt pond in the state, 180 acre Trustom Pond often attracts thousands of ducks, geese, and swans during the peak of migration. We will walk the 3 miles of trails in search of waterfowl, and migrating songbirds taking advantage of the 700 acre NWR. This walk is for birders ages 6-18 and their families

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Bird Walk at Tillinghast Pond Management Area

Sunday, April 28 @ 8:00 am - 12:00 pm
Tillinghast Pond Management Area 52, 50 Plain Rd
West Greenwich, 2817 United States

At just over 2,000 acres Tillinghast Pond Management Area is a large forested preserve in West Greenwich managed by the Rhode Island chapter of The Nature Conservancy. Boasting an impressive list of breeding species Tillinghast Pond is also a great location to look for early migrants that are attracted to the variety of habitats. By late April both species of Waterthrush and several other types of warblers may be found along the extensive trail system. Join us for a 2.5 mile …

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